At Haworth Old Hall, West Yorkshire, guests are welcomed by the Tudor charm and warm atmosphere with beautiful open log fires and friendly customer service from the moment you walk in.
Steeped in history, the pub, dining room and bed and breakfast is one of the oldest buildings in the village dating back to 1580.
Set amidst stunning countryside at the foot of the moors, much of the Tudor charm and atmosphere has been preserved and the historical village of Haworth, with its cobbled streets and timeless houses, is one of the most popular destinations for people visiting the Pennines.
A seasonal menu, created using local produce, is served alongside seven real ales on tap and an extensive wine list. An idyllic location to relax, eat great food and drink, Haworth Old Hall also offers 4-star en-suite bed and breakfast accommodation making it ideal for those visiting the Bronte Parsonage and the steam railway.
Both bedrooms sleep two people, one offering a double bed and the other twin beds, and have stone mullion windows that offer an ‘old world’ charm whilst the LCD television, DVD player, refreshments, en-suite shower with Molten Brown toiletries, hair dryer and fluffy bath robes offer all the modern conveniences you could want.